The Watercolor Wishes Card Kit (140406) is a perfect stamping supply to take along when you are traveling. We have been in Craig, Alaska, for two weeks so my dh could fish for salmon and I could visit old stamping customers and my new recruit here. It has been a glorious two weeks with great fishing and wonderful times visiting old friends. Now I am having stamping withdrawal symptoms so I got out the Watercolor Wishes Kit which I had brought along. Everything needed except adhesive is included in the kit including two little ink pads and a stamp set only available with the kit. Of course, I didn’t read through the directions and had not brought adhesive with me. Luckily, I did order the Fine-Tip Glue Pen (138309) on my demo preorder from the Holiday catalog and, luckily, I had it delivered here in Alaska. (BTW, this new adhesive is wonderful!!!! You will have to order some!)
This is the first card I have made with the kit. I followed the suggested layout on the kit directions except I used the Happy Birthday stamp in place of a ‘hello’. I am somewhat of a perfectionist and was not pleased with the fuzzy stamping but decided to use the card anyway. Then I remembered this was the Watercolor Wishes kit and realized that the imprecise stamping was supposed to be that way. :o)
I am planning to use this kit for a Stamp-a-stack in September. The fee is $40 and will include your own kit which makes at least 20 cards and a light lunch. We will start on a Saturday at 10 a.m. and work until 5 p.m. if necessary to make all 20 cards. I will schedule the day in September in consultation with those who have registered and prepaid. I urge you to register as soon as possible as this kit is wildly popular and has been on backorder most of the summer. Contact me is you want to come.
I will be posting a series of posts featuring other cards created with this kit both here on my blog and on my Facebook page so be sure to follow me https://www.facebook.com/TheSoggyStamper.